The reasons given are: increasing popularity of alternative medicine; lack of side effects; personalised treatment; and disillusionment with allopathic medicine.
“Homoeopathy has been effective in treating chronic aliments (sic) like arthritis, diabetes, obesity and respiratory, hair and skin problems,” Assocham is quoted as saying.
Currently there are 400,000 registered homeopaths in the country with approximately 13,000 being added each year.
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